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Mathieu BOUYRIE

« Reconstruction de patterns d'un embryon »


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Institut des Systèmes Complexes - Paris Ile-de-France
113 rue Nationale
75013 PARIS

Affiliation : INAF (CNRS Gif-sur-Yvette)

Lieu de formation : INSA de Toulouse, Université Paul Sabatier (Toulouse)

Supervisors : Nadine Peyrieras, Paul Bourgine, Thierry Savy



Keywords : Image Processing, signal processing, microscopy, embryo models, Xlets, segmentation.

Research studies

Integrative approaches in embryology need to take into account several levels of organisation, in toto and in vivo images allow to measure cellular structure in the whole embryo. However, this large amount of data implies to develop automatized methods for pattern and object detection within microscopy images.
My current research focus on the implementation of an efficient algorithm segmenting 3D+time images from biphoton or SPIM microscope. In order to realize such a project, I get interested in differents Xlet (wavelets, curvelets, surfacelets,....). The advantage of using these methods is to separate the geometry information such that we can determine the directon of a ridge in a point of the image and separate more easily information from noise.

Education & Training

  • 2007-2011 : Currently achieving a fifth year engineering study at INSA de Toulouse : mathematical modelling.
  • 2010 : Erasmus Semester in Leicester (UK)
  • Summer 2011 : M1 Project : Problematic of blur with spatial variant PSF, in SPIM Images.
  • 2011 - 2012 : MSc in Fundamental mathematics and their Applications (Paul Sabatier University in Toulouse)


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